Rescued Horses Cared for by New York College Students and Staff

Eighty horses were rescued in late summer by the Finger Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in New York. They needed help from day one, so they called on faculty and students from Alfred State College's veterinary and agricultural technology programs.

Students began by making sure the horses had food and water while veterinarians and animal welfare regulators sorte

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